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RightStart Mathematics uses the AL Abacus to provide a visual, auditory, and kinesthetic experience.
E-mail correspondence school, offering national and New Jersey state correlated curriculum and counselor support.
A Balanced Curriculum is a process by which schools can align curriculum to local, state, national, and professional education standards. <span class=
Produces individualized self-instructional Christian curriculum and other programs for schools and home schools. <span class=
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What we are Using for Homeschool Curriculum 2018-2019 Our 2018 Curriculum Reveal is FINALLY here! Find out what homeschool curriculum we are using for our family of 5 kids PLUS how our homeschool day is ...
Homeschool High School 2018-19 Curriculum Choice : LLATL Gold Series We will be doing some selections from both the American and British Lit LLATL Gold guides this coming year. We will not have time to do all of them, nor would I ...
Kindergarten K5 Curriculum Plans for 2018-2019 Homeschool School Year Aaron is our medical mystery- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UloaSeZs87Q We're Switching to year-round schooling!
End of the Year Curriculum Review Kindergarten Homeschool Year 2017 2018 In this video I am sharing our 2017 2018 end of the year homeschool curriculum review for kindergarten. Even though the year didn't go as I had originally ...
Homeschool Curriculum Changes for the 2018-2019 School Year We have made some changes to our homeschool curriculum! We are still using everything I shared with you in my previous 2018-2019 homeschool curriculum ...
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The deadline is rapidly approaching to apply for one of the five week-long Summer Teacher Institutes being held at the Library of Congress between June and August this year. Educators will have until March 17 at midnight Pacific Time to apply online.Held at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., these unique professional development opportunities provide educators of all disciplines with a host of resources and strategies to successfully use primary sources with their students. Each session will focus on practical teaching strategies, with an emphasis on supporting student engagement, critical thinking, and construction of knowledge.While practicing these core strategies, attendees will also explore some of the millions of digitized historical artifacts and documents available in the Library’s collections. They will meet library experts and conduct research to identify primary sources related to their teaching, with the goal of developing an activity to use with their students in the coming school year. See what some of our previous Institute’s participants have to say about their experience!Five week-long sessions will be offered this summer:General Focus – open to K-12 educators across all content areas:June 19-23June 26-30July 10-14Science, Technology, and Engineering Focus – recommended for K-12 educators who teach science, technology, or engineering, or collaborate with those who do:July 17-21World War I Focus – recommended for K-12 educators who teach some aspect of WWI as part of their curriculum, or collaborate with those who do:July 31-August 4Institute and course materials are provided at no cost. Participants will be responsible for transportation to and from Washington, D.C., and any required overnight accommodations.Apply by March 17! Note that a letter of recommendation will be required. Learn more about the program and fill out the application here.
It's constantly been recognized that parents provide an inherent right to figure out how to raise and educate the children of theirs. Nowadays, the latter decision is created more complicated for the simpler dichotomous choice of private versus public schooling is actually provided a third rival: homeschooling. Homeschooling holds a clear edge of the other 2, which of the reality that as a parent, you're provided a chance to be totally hands on with your child's education, from time, to curriculum, as well as to the development type you need imbibed in him or maybe her using that education.
A list of South African homeschool events, including South African homeschool expos, curriculum fairs, open days, encouragement days, workshops and other homeschooling events around the country.
In an effort to reduce truancy in Brown County, Wisconsin, police officers are enforcing the county's 1998 daytime curfew ordinance. You will find WPA's information helpful should you be approached by anyone asking questions.If a police officer questions you, WPA suggests you follow these general principles:• Stay calm and be polite.• Know and exercise your legal rights.• To protect your homeschooling freedoms, civil rights, and privacy, do only the minimum that is required to avoid having the situation become more serious.• Make sure any young people who will not be accompanied by an adult while they are out in public in the Green Bay area during conventional school hours are prepared to talk with police officers. Consider practicing with them.• For adults only: Explain that children who are accompanied by their parents are exempt from the Daytime Curfew ordinance. If necessary, show them a copy of the ordinance (see below).• For both adults and unaccompanied young people: Explain that you are a homeschooler and homeschoolers have the legal right to set their own calendars and schedules. If necessary, show the officer your PI-1206 form, including the information you have printed on the back (see below).• Don't volunteer any additional information. Don't outline the schedule your homeschool follows. Don't try to explain that whatever you were doing is part of your curriculum. Volunteering such information may lead the police officer to ask you more questions or report you to a school official or social service worker for more investigation.• In addition, WPA does not advise homeschooled parents to provide their children with written proof that their child has been excused from attending school at a particular time for two reasons. First, using the PI-1206 form to establish that the child is a homeschooler should be sufficient to prevent the child or parent from being arrested. Second, providing such excuses invites more questions.
• Tell other homeschoolers: You are required to file form PI-1206 even if you begin homeschooling after the third Friday in September. (An organization based outside Wisconsin says on its website that families who begin homeschooling after the third Friday in September do not have to file the form.) • Tell other homeschoolers: You are required to file form PI-1206 ONLINE each year you are homeschooling. (The organization based outside Wisconsin states on its website that filing a paper version of the form is an “option.”)An organization based outside Wisconsin has posted inaccurate information about homeschooling in Wisconsin on their website. If homeschoolers take action based on this information, critics and opponents of homeschooling will be able to claim that homeschoolers are not obeying the law. This could easily lead to increased state regulation of homeschooling in Wisconsin, which since 1984 has had one of the best homeschooling laws in the country. Wisconsin homeschoolers are NOT required to take state-mandated tests, are NOT required to submit their curriculums for review and approval, are NOT required to report to school officials, etc. Homeschoolers in most other states are required to do one or more of these. Let's work together through WPA to maintain our freedoms. Let's not allow dangerous and inaccurate information from outside Wisconsin to rob us of our freedoms.
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